Promise me you'll go visit this one, too. VVG Something (stands for Very Very Good Something) is more than very good, it's addicting.
We stepped into this other world of a cafe on the bottom, books(tore) up top that promised us twinkling vintage trinkets, unique books and a whole lot of impeccably curated goods and moods. Nearly three hours had passed where we were sure we'd only been there for one.
The VVG Group has sprinkled a number of their cafes all over Taiwan; I'm on a hunt for the rest of them next trip. I didn't get to try the actual food in the cafes (some say prices are steep for TW) but I've a feeling their foods will be an experience, too.
You can find this location at 1914 Huashan Creative Park. While you're in Huashan, be sure to walk around in what's a sure arts district; the amount of creativity in that square alone filled me up for days.
Find VVG Something at Huashan 1914 Cultural Creative Park
No. 1, Bade Road Sec. 1
紅磚六合院 / C 棟 ( 杭州北路．北平東路口 )